Al Qaeda Behind Saudi Bombings U.S. and Saudi officials believe al Qaeda is behind the weekend suicide bombings in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, that killed 17 people and wounded more than 120. Most of the victims were foreign Arab workers. Four Americans were wounded. Hear Arab News editor-in-chief Khalid al-Maeena.
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U.S.: Al Qaeda Aims to Topple Saudi Royals

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U.S.: Al Qaeda Aims to Topple Saudi Royals

U.S.: Al Qaeda Aims to Topple Saudi Royals

U.S.: Al Qaeda Aims to Topple Saudi Royals

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U.S. and Saudi officials believe al Qaeda is behind the weekend suicide bombings in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, that killed 17 people and wounded more than 120. Most of the victims were foreign Arab workers. Four Americans were wounded. Hear Arab News editor-in-chief Khalid al-Maeena.